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MULBERRY CREEK (Sterling County). Mulberry Creek rises one mile north of the Tom Green County line in south central Sterling County (at 31°34' N, 101°05' W) and flows northeast for fourteen miles to its mouth on the North Concho River (at 31°42' N, 100°48' W). The creek travels over rolling terrain with gentle to moderately steep slopes and shallow, stony soils that support scrub brush, sparse grasses, and cacti.

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